- Adversity is the diamond dust with which heaven polishes its jewels. - Thomas Carlyle.
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This was the lowest rated prime-time series to ever get renewed for a second season. It was also the only new drama to survive UPN's 2004-2005 TV season.
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Logan's final shot is of him giving the Neptune biker gang a kung-fu "bring it on" pose. According to Rob Thomas , this was improvised by Jason Dohring during filming.
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(episode #1.22), we see a truck with the name Thomas written on the side, as a nod to creator and executive producer Rob Thomas. Also of note, the flower on the truck is a Lily.
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Logan's (Jason Dohring) inspirational message of the day:
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There is a mugshot of actor/stuntman Thomas Rosales Jr. on the wall of the sheriff's station, it can be seen when Logan (Jason Dohring) calls Veronica (Kristen Bell) on his cell phone.
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The episode's title is a reference to the 1950s/1960s sitcom Leave It to Beaver (1957).
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Despite being dead for the entire run of Veronica Mars, Lilly Kane (Amanda Seyfried) makes an appearance in some way, shape, or form in each Season Finale.
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The lighter that Aaron (Harry Hamlin) used to ignite the gas was the same lighter that Logan (Jason Dohring) said was his mother's. It was from his grandfather after the war, who was a prisoner and got it engraved with "free at last". The fact that it was not in her purse but on the dresser was supposedly a sign that she was still alive.
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Both the season 1 (Veronica Mars: Leave It to Beaver (2005)) and 2 (Veronica Mars: Not Pictured (2006)) finales' titles are references to Cassidy Casablancas, played by Kyle Gallner.
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